By Maricon Mae Gonzaga| Foodfindsasia.com
The present generation has undergone a distinct change of dining preferences over the years. In order to keep up with the dynamic lifestyle of urban Filipino foodies, Max’s Group, Inc. (MGI) introduced a fresh, unique, and creative multi-format dining concept in the form of a lifestyle hotspot called Burgos Eats located in Bonifacio Global City.
Food chains like Yellow Cab, Pancake House, Teriyaki Boy, Krispy Kreme, and Jamba Juice are all under MGI–the largest casual dining operator in the country. All five MGI stores are readily available inside the same venue, thus, enables customers to buy food from different stores but eat together in a single table. This setup gives the diners the freedom to engage in a conversation and interact with each other while enjoying the contemporary design of the place.
Escaping the urban buzz through a dining venue complemented by a cozy and comfortable atmosphere, MGI offers foodies a one-of-a-kind dining experience they are yet to encounter. With the recent popularity of off-mall dining savvy, Burgos Eats is at an advantage among the other lifestyle strips around the metro.
A burst of different flavors and diversity of cuisines are catered through redefining the usual dining tradition of Filipinos while maintaining the modern Filipino food culture. MGI aims to provide Filipinos a catering service that will give diners total customer satisfaction in terms of leisure and ambiance. Thanks to the establishment of Burgos Eats, foodies in the metro will now be exposed to a new and enhanced way of dining in the Philippines.